Sit down! One-bedroom apartment in north London is part of a new building that resembles a bomb shelter and can be yours for £475,000
- One-bed flat on Stroud Green Road Crouch End is for sale for £475,000
- Leasehold flat has a 100-year lease, but leasehold details are yet to be released
- Ground floor apartment is part of a modern building resembling a bomb shelter
Half a mile from a North London tube station, a ground-floor apartment is up for sale, part of a new building resembling a bomb shelter.
The one bedroom property on Crouch End’s Stroud Green Road is minutes from Finsbury Park tube station and is on sale for £475,000 through Davies & Davies estate agents.
The asking price is more than the average value of a home sold in Britain in the past year, which is £353,472, according to Zoopla.
The flat is part of a modern building in North London and is on sale for £475,000
The interior of the flat has an open plan living space with patio doors leading out to a small outdoor area
The well-designed living space includes light mint green walls and recessed spotlights
The open layout includes a living room with a modern kitchen and space for a small dining table.
The estate agent explained: ‘…you will find mint green walls, recessed spotlights and beautifully polished cabinets in light gray with a concrete effect’.
There are French doors along the entire length of one wall, giving access to a narrow outdoor area.
Access to the flat is via a narrow path – which in turn is accessed via a door on Crouch End’s Stroud Green Road
There are several passageways to go through the main street before accessing the building
There is more than one residence in the modern building that resembles a bomb shelter
The bomb shelter theme is continued with the fencing around the small outdoor area
The leasehold flat has a leasehold for 100 years, but the canon and service costs have yet to be released
A small garden table with two chairs currently nestles in the outdoor area of the flat
The architect-designed flat is leasehold and has a 100-year lease, although the estate agent explains that the lease has yet to be drawn up.
It is not yet known how much the ground rent or service costs will be.
Average house prices tend to be higher in London and the average value of a house sold in the UK in the last year is £767,507.
The property for sale has a bedroom with space for a double bed, a desk and a small wardrobe
There are two windows in the double bedroom along with two colorful blue ceiling lamps
The condo’s bathroom is gas gray and orange tiles surrounding a white bathroom suite
Modern look: the upper and lower cabinets in the kitchen are finished in light concrete grey
Daniel Copley, of Zoopla, said: ‘This unusual property is sure to be a talking point with its striking appearance.
‘It has a brilliant location with easy access to central London, as well as a modern contemporary interior and a private terrace.’